ICT Policy Specialist
Victor, a Spanish national and devoted soccer fan, joined the World Bank in 2010. He specializes in World Bank policy relating to information and communication technologies (ICT) in multiple geographic regions including East Asia and Pacific, Middle East and North Africa, and Latin America and the Caribbean. This involves policy analysis and advisory work to governments on sector reform, policy strategy, regulatory frameworks, ICT-led innovation and transformation and institutional building capacity. Prior to the World Bank, Victor worked for Telecommunications Management Group, a global consulting firm, where he advised governments and multinational ICT companies in regulatory strategy. He also worked as head of regulatory affairs for the affiliate of the Tiscali group in Spain and as an associate lawyer for a telecommunications law firm in Spain. Victor holds an MBA with an International Business Diplomacy certificate from the McDonough School of Business at Georgetown University, an LLM in telecommunications Law from Universidad de Comillas, and a Law Degree from Universidad Autonoma de Madrid.
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